“When I was a child…” We all have likely said this, wrapping ourselves in nostalgia about what we perceived as a carefree, easier time. In many ways, to have been a child decades ago was less complicated.
Focus on the Community
Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett talks about the convention center, paving, casino, and the pool at the Vigo County YMCA.
Kristi Whitacre, County Extension Director with the Purdue Extension Office, talks about what the Purdue Extension Office provides for residents and how you can take advantage of these programs and services. For more information on the Purdue Extension
The Terre Haute Women’s Club talk about the ‘Sip for Shoes’ fundraiser on May 4 at the Country Club of Terre Haute. This even will benefit the Shoe Bus Project.
Natalie Sutton, Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Indiana, talks about Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Sutton discussed how to recognize and how to help those who suffer and those who help and care
Tami Silverman of the Indiana Youth Institution talks about the release of the new Kids Count Data Book. She talks about what it says about Indiana kids both state wide and here in our area.
Indiana Sheriffs’ Youth Ranch is celebrating 2nd Founders’ Day! We talk about the Crime Fighters vs Fire Fighters basketball game and we have guests Clay County Sheriff Paul Hardin and Chief Deputy Josh Clark.
Executive Director of SW Indiana American Red Cross, Theo Boots, talks about the ‘Sound the Alarm’ home fire campaign.
Indiana Department of Revenue Commissioner Adam Krupp speaks about taxes.
Tim Maniscalo of the Better Business Bureau talks about how MasterCard is taking steps to stem misleading “free trial offers,” fake change of address websites, how to be smart when searching for a tax preparer and why a